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Baldness Could Lessen Cancer

Written by: on 20th March 2010 |
Baldness
Baldness Could Lessen Cancer  | read this item

As men ages, hair loss is one of their problems. It has somehow lessen their self esteem because it ruins their physical appearance. There are men who look good being bald but a lot don’t. A lot of remedies and hair growing treatments are sought after by these men.

This baldness is not giving all negative things though because there has been a study which reveals that men who go bald by 30 appear to be less likely to develop prostate cancer. If you would try to weigh things out, suffering baldness is much better than suffering cancer.

There has been a research in University of Washington School of Medicine showing that males who balds early has higher level of tetosterone which means lesser risks of developing tumors. The finding were published in the journal of Cancer Epidemiology. Men who had started to develop bald spots on the top of their heads as well as receding hairlines had a 29% to 45% reduction in the risk of prostate cancer.

Levels of testorone in the body is somehow related in developing cancer and baldness. Through further studies of how testosterone behaves, someday solutions for cancer could be solved.

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